In case you've never heard of Beyerdynamic, it's a German headphone company that makes some very good sounding headphones, some of which are very expensive.
The DX 160 iE and DX 120 iE, in-ear headphones that retail for $115 and $89 respectively (£86 and £60 UK), represent the company's attempt at serving up more mainstream headphones at more affordable price points -- and indeed, both are up there with the best in-ears we've heard in their price range.
For Australians, shop around online you'll find the DX 160 iE for roughly AU$169 and the DX 120 IE for AU$119 at reputably dealers.
The two models come with seven different sizes of silicone tips, one pair of Comply tips, and carrying cases. The more expensive DX160 iE reviewed here comes with a hard carrying case while the DX120 comes with more of a pouch-style case. Unfortunately, neither features a mic or phone controls, which is too bad.
These two Beyerdynamics sound similar, but there's a bit more life and detail with the step-up DX 160 iE's sound, so we naturally we spent more time with that model.